Keyboard app sends encrypted, hidden messages

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Privacy is an increasing need for consumers wary of today's pervasive interconnectedness. From jacket pockets that block all wireless signal to apps that notify users when a satellite is taking their picture, we have seen ingenious ways startups are catering to this need. US-based Kibo have developed a keyboard extension to help keep messages hidden. Kibo can be used across existing instant messaging services such as iMessage and WhatsApp. When sending a hidden message, users press a padlock symbol on their keyboard, which encrypts the text. The recipient, who must also have Kibo on their device, will see a decoy…

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